Anti-Wrinkle Injections

Non-surgical procedures

Anti-wrinkle injections are one of the most common non-surgical cosmetic treatments performed all around the world. This is because they are a way to soften lines and wrinkles on the face, caused by muscle movement.

Anti-wrinkle Injections

The procedure takes minutes, has a short downtime, and the onset of action is from 2-14 days and lasts 3-4 months, longer if a person has had previous treatments.

Antiwrinkle injections are very versatile and may help some patients manage:

  • Crow’s feet
  • Forehead lines
  • Frown lines (between the eyebrows)
  • Asymmetry/ an Asymmetrical smile
  • Excessive sweating on the hands, feet and armpits
  • Upper lip lines and down-turned corners of the mouth

Anti-wrinkle FAQs

How long does the treatment take?

You will have a consultation to determine the areas you would like to treat and your ideal outcome. The treatment itself then takes about 10 minutes.

When will I see results?

Peak results are seen after 14 days, when you will be invited to return for a follow-up appointment. A complimentary top-up is offered at this appointment if required.

Is there any downtime?

After antiwrinkle injections, you need to avoid strenuous exercise and alcohol on the same day. You must avoid lying down for 4 hours after the treatment.

How long does the treatment last?

3-4 months

At what age is anti-wrinkle treatment typically recommended?

As each patient’s situation is unique, individual assessment is conducted to determine the appropriateness of anti-wrinkle treatment. Typically, patients start noticing the emergence of wrinkles in their early thirties, mainly due to a decline in collagen production. Addressing fine lines at an early stage can help prevent their progression into deeper wrinkles over time. To prevent the exacerbation of fine lines, wrinkles, and signs of aging, it is always advisable to prioritize UV protection for the skin.

Will I be able to move my face?

When anti-wrinkle injections are applied correctly, the natural movement and appearance of the face are preserved but appear refreshed and relaxed.

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the difference between fat transfer and fillers?
As opposed to synthetic fillers, the process of a fat transfer keeps the fat cells permanently where they are placed. They use a person’s own fat tissue for injection, rather than filler materials.
Am I a good candidate for abdominoplasty surgery?
The best candidates for abdominoplasty surgery patients are those who are fit, have already achieved any weight loss goals. Abdominoplasty surgery is not a substitute for diet and exercise and can be associated with increased risks in patients who are overweight or obese. Women who are planning future pregnancies should also delay abdominoplasty surgery.
How much does breast reconstruction surgery cost?
The cost for breast reconstruction is determined by the extent and complexity of the procedure, as well as surgeon costs, anaesthetist fees, hospital fees, and post-operative recovery costs. Because of its reconstructive nature, a portion of the procedure costs may be covered by Medicare or your private health insurer, but you will need to check what criteria you must meet to be eligible.
What is recovery from breast revision like?
Recovery from breast revision surgery will be similar to the recovery experienced following the initial implant procedure. It is recommended that you minimise strenuous activity and exercise after surgery. You should also avoid wearing underwire bras to facilitate proper healing of the underlying breast tissue.

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